England U21s v Norway U21s
England U21’s will play their next home game against Norway U21’s as part of their UEFA Under-21 Euro 2017 qualifying campaign at Colchester FC on Tuesday 6 September at 5.45pm.
Gareth Southgate’s side currently sit top of the group and are therefore in pole position to take the only automatic qualifying place.
Last time out the young lions won the Toulon Under-21 Tournament winning all five matches culminating with a 2-1 win over France in the final.
Children & Concessions *£5.00
Family of 4 £20 (two adults and two children)
Tickets can be bought via the Colchester United FC website or by calling 0845 437 9089.
Group bookings of 15 or more supporters can qualify for a reduced ticket:
Children and Concessions £2.50
Closing date for applications is 5.30pm on Friday 26 August
Charter Standard Clubs can claim 10 free tickets and any additional tickets at the group booking price as outline above. To take advantage of this offer please download the form here and return to firstname.lastname@example.org
*Concessions are in line with the club’s own standard policies in terms of age requirements.
To purchase tickets in the disabled section, please call our hotline: 0845 458 1966
Before purchasing your tickets in the disabled section, we will require proof of disability. If you have not already supplied this information please post, or scan and email details to The FA at the details below. Once this has been received we will acknowledge receipt and proceed with your ticket transaction.
The Football Association
London HA9 0WS
Please note: We accept photocopies of Disability Living Allowance or an original letter from your GP or hospital. We do not accept Blue Badge permits as proof.
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